The Sequel To The Best Reverse-Tower-Defense Game Is Superb, If Barely a SequelStephen Totilo1/02/13 11:30amFiled to: Play ThisAnomaly koreachillingoGaming app of the dayGaotdKotakumobile24EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkNot that you can trust user reviews on iTunes, but one player of Anomaly: Korea recently praised the reverse-tower-defense game as being "one of a kind."AdvertisementThat's false.Anomaly Korea is actually very, very much like 2011's Anomaly: Warzone Earth, the reverse tower-defense game. You still command a slow-rolling column of tanks and transports through a maze of evil enemy towers. You can still map out your route through the city streets using your fingers. You can still tap special power-ups into existence to briefly buff your vehicles or baffle your foes. You can still kill towers, collect money and upgrade your vehicles. You still need to get to a goal point with some vehicles. The game still checkpoints, makes you think, plan and re-plan, getting tough nice and quickly.